I understand that disabling the Sensors permission zeroes out all sensor data (for sensors not covered by existing Android permissions) provided to an app.
Given the privacy and security vulnerabilities that come with allowing apps access to the accelerometer, I wish to disable this permission for every app and only enable it on an app-by-app basis.
I understand that I do not need a device-wide toggle, as newly-installed apps cannot launch before I have a chance to deny them that permission.
However, I'm concerned that applying the scorched earth approach and denying this permission to every app, including system apps (which for some reason appear to be visible by default for this permission), will break some critical OS functionality somewhere or even worse subtly weaken a security feature that utilizes those sensors.
Are there any system apps which I should not disable this permission for?